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Entertainment 'It's huge for me': Niall Horan bags his FIRST No.1 album as a solo artist despite being unable to promote the record due to the coronavirus pandemic

00:01  21 march  2020
00:01  21 march  2020 Source:   dailymail.co.uk

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26, bagged his very first UK No . 1 album as a solo artist with his latest offering Heartbreak Weather despite being unable to promote the record due to the coronavirus pandemic .

The singer, 26, bagged his very first UK No . 1 album as a solo artist with his latest offering Heartbreak Weather despite being unable to promote the Speaking of his big news, he said: ' It ’ s huge for me . I spent 14 months on this album and to have it received like this is just incredible for me .'

Niall Horan posing for the camera: Congratulations: Niall Horan has bagged his very first UK No.1 album as a solo artist with his latest offering Heartbreak Weather © Provided by Daily Mail Congratulations: Niall Horan has bagged his very first UK No.1 album as a solo artist with his latest offering Heartbreak Weather As part of One Direction, he had huge four albums reach the top spot in the UK chart.

And now Niall Horan has bagged his very first UK No.1 album as a solo artist with his latest offering Heartbreak Weather, despite being unable to promote it due to the Coronavirus pandemic.

The singer-songwriter, 26, revealed the achievement is 'huge' for him after working on the record for over a year.

Speaking of his big news, he told MailOnline: 'It’s huge for me. I spent 14 months on this album and to have it received like this is just incredible for me.'

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Niall James Horan (/ˈnaɪəl ˈhɒrən/; born 13 September 1993) is an Irish singer and songwriter. He rose to prominence as a member of the band One Direction. In 2010, Horan auditioned as a solo contestant for British singing competition The X Factor.

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He added: 'To get a No.1 is so hard to do, and I mean I live in this country so for the people to wrap their ears around my music in the way they have is just incredible.'

And the No Judgement hitmaker's success is particularly meaningful to him due to the fact that he revealed so much of himself in the album.

He explained: 'I try to be as vulnerable as possible In my lyrics and people really relate to that. The most successful stuff throughout history is always the relatable story telling that really connects with people.'

Niall's No.1 comes amid the star treating fans to Instagram lives this week, as he'd been unable to promote the album in his usual way due to the coronavirus pandemic.

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Off duty: One Direction' s Niall Horan strips down to his smalls for an impromptu performance of Steal My Girl in his hotel room. One Direction released the DVD six days before Christmas charting at No 1 , much to the dismay of parents The boys are currently promoting their fourth album , FOUR, the

He said: 'Yes I have really enjoyed doing the Instagram lives this week. I would obviously have preferred to have been on the relevant tv shows, in the radio stations etc, but being live from the comfort of my own living room has been really fun.

'It’s been a great way to chat with the fans in their 10’s of thousands and see their reactions to the album.'  

Discussing how he'll be celebrating his No.1, he remarked: 'I’m going to be celebrating tonight. Ryan Reynolds sent me some of his lovely ‘aviation gin’ so we could be on for a few G&T’s at home tonight!'     

Niall Horan smiling for the camera: Home: The Irish singer previously discussed how he managed to land back in London before President Trump banned travel between the UK and America - where he had been due to promote his latest track © Provided by Daily Mail Home: The Irish singer previously discussed how he managed to land back in London before President Trump banned travel between the UK and America - where he had been due to promote his latest track The Irish singer previously discussed how he managed to land back in London before President Trump banned travel between the UK and America - where he had been due to promote his latest track. 

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[Verse 2] It ' s funny how a memory Turns into a bad dream When running wild turns volatile Remember how we painted our house Just like my grandparents did So romantic, but we fought the whole time Should've seen the signs, yeah.

Harry Styles has reportedly added £50 million to his fortune since quitting One Direction and becoming a solo artist . Niall Horan comes in second with an estimated fortune of £50 million, Louis Tomlinson follows with £45 Niall has also released two albums , his first reaching No 1 in the US, his second

He told Capital Breakfast host Roman Kemp: 'I'm in London, I was meant to be in the States this week and heading onto Canada for promotion for my album.

'But with everything being cancelled and when Trump said about the travel ban between Europe and America, I was thinking to myself, "It's too good to be true that the UK is the only country you can fly in and out of."

'So I was like, "I'm getting myself out of here before it does go into lockdown". So I was right, and now it's completely banned.' 

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